Naliboki forest

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Naliboki forest is the largest forest area on the territory of Belarus, its name comes from the nearby village of Naliboki. There is a republican landscape reserve, it covers an area of almost 87 thousand hectares. In addition to a large network of farmsteads, bicycle routes and eco-trails are equipped for tourists here. There are many rare species of plants, birds and animals in the forests. You can also visit the enclosures for zubr (European bison), the hunting ground, the Tyshkevich estate, the Lauryshava monastery and other objects of interest.